Hyundai Tucson

The compact SUV is significantly bigger than ever and has more power

In 2022, the 2022 Hyundai Tucson grows considerably bigger, with a daring design both inside and afar. It now has a 10.3-inch infotainment screen and a cluster for digital measurements. The next spring, with plug-in models available during summer 2021, will be the petrol and hybrid models.

The Hyundai dam continues with redesigned models. A few months ago, the Korean giant unveiled their new Tucson 2022 and now the U.S. is fully informed about the new compact SUV. The sale of Hyundai’s five crossroads between the Kona and Santa Fe will still take place during the next spring. But the US is only getting the long-wheelbase version, which is longer, wider, taller, and has a longer wheelbase than the preceding generation.

The Tucson is 6.1 inches longer than before at 181.3 inches and its new 108.3 inches wheelbase has increased by 3.4 inches. It is also approximately half an inch larger and larger. Hyundai says that its passenger space is up to 6.0 cubic feet, to 108 cubic feet, without an additional panoramic sunroof, and the cargo volume is up to 39 cabin feet (80 cuffs, folded back). It’s eight cubic feet above the model 2021.

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This stunning sound is the pull out of dozens of Toyota, Honda and Nissan engineers.

The Tucson will now have approximately the same size as the top space sellers, the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V, and will essentially match the volume of their cargo. However its wheelbase is far longer and the SUV has a larger interior, with an additional 3.5 cm more rear legroom than the Toyota and about an inch more than the Honda, according to Hyundai. The Nissan Rogue is longer than Hyundai, but almost two inches shorter on its wheelbase.

The SUV has been redesigned with bumpers, exaggerated roller shapes, a roofline and short overhangs by Hyundai’s design team led by SangYup Lee. He is  the senior vice president and head of the Hyundai World Design Centre. The appearance of Lamborghini’s urus is rougher, but also more muscular, with wedged geometric angles and hard edges. The chrome strip that grows in width following the arc of the roofline. In addition, eventually form the SUV C-pillar includes unique touches.